If you mean bonding the finished two halves together , .....he states that he is using epoxy glue !
The woodboards making up for the master lure are bonded with dots of hot glue , on every corner and in center ,..... if glue was not too hot , they can be separated easily again after cutting out the shape .
The CD pieces are best heated over an infrared heater , a "hot air" dryer will do as well , takes one to two minutes on the authors infrared heater at 4" distance !
Turn over constantly for even heat up ,........if bubbling on the CD material occurs , you've gone too hot !
Hope , that I could answer your question , if more to come , feel free to post !
PS : If you mean bonding the finished master halves onto the hinged "pressing jig" , the author did not mention any specific glue type , he just states "glueing" .
But in the picture it appears , as if there is a hot glue gun shown ,........would be logical not to bond permanently , since that jig could be used with differently shaped masters after a little clean up , I suppose !
greetz , diemai:yay:
Edited by diemai, 29 May 2009 - 06:23 PM.